Which areas of the property are being renovated?

We are embarking on an exciting renovation and reconcepting of our dining outlets, Farley Bar and Murray Circle, both located in Building 602. Farley Bar will be renovated first, with Murray Circle to follow, so that at least one restaurant is open at all times.

We are also renovating the historic bowling alley(!), adjacent to Callippe Ballroom, which will soon be available for private event rentals. Finally, we will be doing some exterior painting and roof repair on Building 602 as well as 601 (where Reception and the Mercantile are located).

There is no renovation work happening at the Healing Arts Center & Spa or in any building where guest rooms are located.

How will my dining options be affected?

Beginning June 13, Farley Bar will close for renovations, but guests will still have plenty of dining options.

  • Murray Circle will remain open for business as usual, serving three meals a day in the back room of the restaurant.
  • In addition, we will offer a temporary lounge in the front room of Murray Circle, exclusively for lodge guests to gather in a more casual setting and order food and cocktails.
  • In-room dining will continue to operate as normal.
  • The Tea Bar at the Healing Arts Center & Spa will remain open for business as usual.

When does renovation work take place?

Renovation work will take place during the hours of 9am to 5pm, Monday through Saturday.

Will there be noise?

We anticipate little to no noise impact for lodge guests, as the renovations are mainly indoors and are not taking place near guest rooms or the spa.

Will guest access to any common areas be restricted?

No, all of the regularly accessible common areas will remain open to lodge guests.

When will Farley Bar re-open?

We plan to re-open in mid-July with a new name and fresh concept, serving three meals a day for lodge guests as well as the general public. We can't wait to share it with you!